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In the interest of improving my knowledge of the Mistborn setting for use in the Mistborn Adventure Game, and ...

In the pursuit of improving my writing ability by studying the work of a professional author, and ...

In a desire to contribute to the 17th Shard fan community ...

I am attempting to drive myself bonkers!

More seriously, I have started yet another re-read of Mistborn: the Final Empire. Only this time, I am taking notes. And more notes. And a few more notes to go with them.

I have only gone through the prologue at present, and I am just wondering how many references do you want me to dump into the Coppermind? Because it looks like there are many missing references and extra facts that I could start loading in there, and I'm not into chapter one yet.

Also, do you want trivia bits like the first time a power is used in viewpoint and such? How about sections/pages for items like Foodstuffs of Scadrial and Life as a plantation skaa?

If you want to see the data mine, take a peek in the spoiler box.

+++ Epigraph

Mention of philosophers, who study prophecies and signs

+++ Lord Tresting's Viewpoint

Person: Lord Tresting

Organization: the Final Empire

Ashfalls were not uncommon, but not continuous.

Use of parasol to shelter Lord and guest from the ash.

Place: Luthadel

Tresting ordered a new suit and red vest from Luthadel.

Clothes arrived via canal boat.

Place: Tresting's manor.

Hilltop patio overlooks fields.

Term: skaa

Skaa wear brown smocks in the field.

Tresting expects skaa to be sluggish and apathetic.

Skaa know better than to complain.

Taskmasters roam the fields with whips.

Term: obligator

Term: prelan

Person: Straff Venture's own obligator, a full prelan.

Prelan has intricate tattoos around the eyes, "enormous, reaching all the way across his brow and up the sides of his nose."

Tresting had his own personal obligators at the manor.

Term: minor functionary

Minor functionaries with "barely a few marks around their eyes."

Tresting's skaa are diligent compared to city skaa.

About a half dozen skaa are "lost" per month to beatings or exhaustion.

Tresting executed families of runaways early on, no further runaways.

Tresting calls skaa "creatures".

Obligator wears grey robes.

Skaa are leased from the Lord Ruler, not Tresting's property.

Tresting pays the Lord Ruler for the services of His obligators.

Obligator has a pocket watch.

Tresting has a handkerchief.

Sun shines a crimson red behind the smoky blackness of the upper sky.

An obligator must witness any contract or business deal between noblemen.

Benefit to impressing the personal obligator of the more powerful house.

Organization: Canton of Inquisition

Canton of Inquisition researches rumors of dalliances with skaa women.

Term: Steel Inquisitor

Steel Inquisitor is an inhuman creature.

Inquisitor would have been sent if there had been any real concerns with Tresting's behavior.

Obligators are are more bureaucrats and witnesses than priests.

The nobility generally finds obligators unsettling--some men even consider them a bother.

People: Kurdon, a burly taskmaster

Tresting scares easily, but keeps enough control to minimize letting it show.

+++ Kelsier's Viewpoint

Person: Kelsier

Stories are still told among the skaa of times before the Lord Ruler.

The skaa dwell in large hovels, housing at least thirty persons in one example.

The hovels are unguarded by night, because the skaa fear the mists.

In the hovel: central firepit, large cauldron beside. Crude tables.

Bland vegetable soup for dinner. Later called "watered-down farlet soup

Person: Goodman Tepper, skaa elder, barely into his forties.

Kelsier's arms are covered in thin scars.

Skaa are led by elders; low forties is young for an elder.

Kelsier is about forty years old.

Rumor: Men who venture into the mists lose their souls.

Traveling skaa are renegades, but harbored by peasants for sake of the news they bring.

Several hundred skaa on Tresting's plantation.

Kelsier came from the north.

Rumor: Western lords are finding happy skaa work better than mistreated skaa.

Rumor: Lord Renoux has stopped unauthorized beatings; may start paying wages.

Skaa craftsmen in cities are payed wages. Plantation skaa are not.

Term: the Survivor

Kelsier is known among the skaa as the Survivor, a troublemaker.

Nobleman's food: Fine breads, fruits, cured sausages.

A summerfruit rolls well.

Tresting's pantry is mundane for a nobleman.

Person: Goodman Mennis, skaa elder.

Organization: Steel Ministry

Wages for skaa can bring the eye of the Lord Ruler and the ire of the Steel Ministry.

Place: the Pits of Hathsin

A skaa preaching rebellion was punished by sending him to the Pits of Hathsin. Returned dead in a month

Scarred arms like Kelsier's are conneceted to the Pits of Hathsin.

Power: Allomantic tin

Term: Allomantic metals

Burning tin gives hyper-acute senses, and the mental aptitude to understand the additional input.

Burning tin affects all the users senses at once.

Person: Jess and her daughter

Tresting is law-abiding: he has the girls killed within a few weeks.

Inquisitors watch for half-breed children, who may have powers the Lord Ruler does not allow skaa to have.

+++ Mennis's Viewpoint

Tresting might punish all of the skaa for the nighttime interruption.

Skaa are killed if they are too weak to work.

Person: Shum, younger skaa man

Person: Flen, skaa man (elder?)

Rumor: Mistwraiths disappear when exposed to sunlight.

Soldiers make the morning population counts.

Tresting was called the master, had other lords in the manor.

Tresting kept over two dozen soldiers.

Rumor: caves to the east that house rebel skaa.

+++ Supposition

Tresting's plantation was north-west of Luthadel.

Here's a sorted version.

+++ People

Person: Lord Tresting

Tresting expects skaa to be sluggish and apathetic.

Tresting ordered a new suit and red vest from Luthadel.

Tresting had his own personal obligators at the manor.

Tresting executed families of runaways early on, no further runaways.

Tresting calls skaa "creatures".

Tresting scares easily, but keeps enough control to minimize letting it show.

Tresting's pantry is mundane for a nobleman.

Tresting is law-abiding: he has the girls killed within a few weeks.

Tresting might punish all of the skaa for the nighttime interruption.

Person: Straff Venture's own obligator, a full prelan.

People: Kurdon, a burly taskmaster

Person: Kelsier

Kelsier is about forty years old.

Kelsier came from the north.

Kelsier's arms are covered in thin scars.

Kelsier is known among the skaa as the Survivor, a troublemaker.

Person: Goodman Tepper, skaa elder, barely into his forties.

Person: Goodman Mennis, skaa elder.

Person: Jess and her daughter

Person: Shum, younger skaa man

Person: Flen, skaa man (elder?)

+++ Places

Place: the Final Empire

Ashfalls were not uncommon, but not continuous.

Sun shines a crimson red behind the smoky blackness of the upper sky.

Place: Luthadel

Place: Tresting's manor.

Hilltop patio overlooks fields.

Place: the Pits of Hathsin

A skaa preaching rebellion was punished by sending him to the Pits of Hathsin. Returned dead in a month

+++ Organizations

Organization: the Final Empire

Organization: Steel Ministry

Organization: Canton of Inquisition

Canton of Inquisition researches rumors of dalliances with skaa women.

+++ Culture

Use of parasol to shelter Lord and guest from the ash.

Clothes arrived via canal boat.

Skaa wear brown smocks in the field.

Skaa know better than to complain.

Taskmasters roam the fields with whips.

Tresting's skaa are diligent compared to city skaa.

About a half dozen skaa are "lost" per month to beatings or exhaustion.

Obligator wears grey robes.

Skaa are leased from the Lord Ruler, not Tresting's property.

Tresting pays the Lord Ruler for the services of His obligators.

Obligator has a pocket watch.

Tresting has a handkerchief.

Benefit to impressing the personal obligator of the more powerful house.

Inquisitor would have been sent if there had been any real concerns with Tresting's behavior.

Obligators are are more bureaucrats and witnesses than priests.

The nobility generally finds obligators unsettling--some men even consider them a bother.

Stories are still told among the skaa of times before the Lord Ruler.

The skaa dwell in large hovels, housing at least thirty persons in one example.

The hovels are unguarded by night, because the skaa fear the mists.

In the hovel: central firepit, large cauldron beside. Crude tables.

Bland vegetable soup for dinner. Later called "watered-down farlet soup."

Skaa are led by elders; low forties is young for an elder.

Traveling skaa are renegades, but harbored by peasants for sake of the news they bring.

Several hundred skaa on Tresting's plantation.

Skaa craftsmen in cities are payed wages. Plantation skaa are not.

Nobleman's food: Fine breads, fruits, cured sausages.

A summerfruit rolls well.

Wages for skaa can bring the eye of the Lord Ruler and the ire of the Steel Ministry.

A skaa preaching rebellion was punished by sending him to the Pits of Hathsin. Returned dead in a month

Scarred arms like Kelsier's are conneceted to the Pits of Hathsin.

Inquisitors watch for half-breed children, who may have powers the Lord Ruler does not allow skaa to have.

Skaa are killed if they are too weak to work.

Soldiers make the morning population counts.

Tresting was called the master, had other lords in the manor.

Tresting kept over two dozen soldiers.

++++ Rumors

Rumor: Men who venture into the mists lose their souls.

Rumor: Mistwraiths disappear when exposed to sunlight.

Rumor: Western lords are finding happy skaa work better than mistreated skaa.

Rumor: Lord Renoux has stopped unauthorized beatings; may start paying wages.

Rumor: caves to the east that house rebel skaa.

+++ Terms

Term: skaa

Skaa are leased from the Lord Ruler, not Tresting's property.

Term: obligator

An obligator must witness any contract or business deal between noblemen.

Term: prelan

Prelan has intricate tattoos around the eyes, "enormous, reaching all the way across his brow and up the sides of his nose."

Term: minor functionary

Minor functionaries with "barely a few marks around their eyes."

Term: Steel Inquisitor

Steel Inquisitor is an inhuman creature.

Term: the Survivor

Term: Allomantic metals

+++ Powers

Power: Allomantic tin

Burning tin gives hyper-acute senses, and the mental aptitude to understand the additional input.

Burning tin affects all the users senses at once.

I have this broken down further, and anything I post to the Coppermind will be phrased in objective narrative voice with 'ref' tags.

Thoughts or suggestions?

Encouragement?

Edit: Data from chapter one

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This is pretty awesome, especially the sorted view, which is great for seeing factoids on particular topics. I have been looking through the Mistborn articles recently and they aren't super awesome on the whole. So this is great :D

I would recommend creating a Tresting article for sure.

General culture information would be best in the Final Empire article, as well as foodstuffs. Life as a plantation skaa would be information best served in the skaa article.

Let me know if you need any help with anything; us wikiers are all here to help, and I'm really excited for this project of yours! I think it'll help things a lot.

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I'm double posting, because it really warrants its own post: dang dude, that is an awesome Tresting article. You really know your stuff! As well as wiki stuff too.

Amazing. Please stick around, for the sake of us all XD Because you are awesome.

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Edit: You could have avoided that by waiting three more minutes. =)

Thanks for the compliments.

Original:

As per your request, the Tresting article is no longer a "red link". Funny that you picked that item, since that was one of two items that I made pseudo-articles for already. Just for practice's sake, mind you. I figured that adding information to existing articles would be generally simpler than recreating the wheel for every page of the wiki.

Feel free to look it over and offer some structural improvement items. I'm not sure that I like the "Events" heading; "Plot Summary" is probably the better choice, thinking back on Wikipedia articles on fictional things.

I do plan on making a Tresting plantation at some point, though House Tresting is unlikely to go anywhere. (The current Lord inheirted land from his father. That's about all.)

Someone may want to link to Tresting from the Book One Summary page. I have no plans on poking at that edit box anytime soon. Particularly since it's time to sleep.

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Do you know how tough it is to try creating wiki articles when you know that you are missing 80% of the reference materials? No? Maybe I'm just obsessive then.

Here is the raw data from Chapter One.

+++ Epigraph

Term: cutthroat

Term: religious tyrant

Alendi has armies at his command.

+++ Vin's viewpoint

Person: Vin

Place: Luthadel

Street is paved with cobblestones.

Term: watch-hole -- hidden alcove in the side of the safehouse

Watch-hole overlooks the street.

Vin likes solitude.

Person: Reen

Reen taught Vin how to survive.

Reen betrayed Vin.

Vin considers Reen's betrayal a lesson-by-example.

Watch-hole is a small space, accessed via trap door at back.

Person: Ulef

Ulef shuffles audibly on approach.

Person: Camon

Vin is hiding from Camon.

Ulef is a gangly boy. Nice, and naive for a skaa thief.

Camon is angry regularly.

Watch-hole is cramped, but Vin thinks it is comforting.

Trap door leads to a run-down pantry.

The safehouse is concealed in the back of a store.

There are many rooms behind the store.

The lair is a tunneled stone cavern beneath the building.

They left by the back door.

Richer section of town is only a few blocks away.

Camon is attempting an intricate scam.

Scamming noblemen and obligators is very dangerous.

Vin thinks scamming is better than working in the forges or textile mills.

Back door opens to an alleyway.

Alley opens to a tenement-lined street in one of the many skaa slums.

Street has gutters.

Skaa who are too sick to work lie in corners and in gutters.

Vin is wearing a hooded cloak.

--- scene break ---

Camon has squat, fat fingers.

Vin views Camon with hatred and rebellion, but doesn't let Camon see it.

Vin acts timid and cowed in Camon's presence.

Term: boxing

Camon's job is worth thousands of boxings. A hundred times more than Vin is worth.

A scrawny skaa girl is worth tens of boxings in the underground.

Camon backhands Vin, hitting her cheek and throwing her against the wall.

Vin takes the hit silently, just another bruise.

Camon has a pudgy face, flushes red when angry.

Camon is annoyed, possibly by recent news.

Skaa rebellion to the several days to the north, provincial lord murdered, manor burned down.

Person: Themos Tresting, provincial lord.

The aristocracy is harder to scam when concerned by rebellions.

Camon's anger is a sign of nervousness before a job.

Power: Vin's Luck

A smidgen of Luck to calm Camon's nervousness. Changes his mind about hitting Vin again.

Camon waddles away.

Camon is a thief master

Camon is wearing a nobleman's suit.

Nobleman's Suit: white shirt, deep green vest with engraved gold buttons, long black coat, matching black hat.

Long suit coats are the current fashion.

Camon's disguise also includes several sparkling rings and a dueling cane.

Camon is among the best at playing a role, assuming he keeps his temper.

Rented one of the suites at the top of a local hotel. Not too lavish.

Person: "Lord Jedue"

"Lord Jedue" had come from the country to make some final, desperate contracts.

Main room laid out as an audience chamber, large desk for noble to sit behind, cheap wall art.

Menservants in formal steward's clothing.

Person: Theron

Theron is tall, dressed in simple gray shirt and pair of slacks, with a thin sword tied at his waist.

Theron is the crew leader who came up with the scheme, brought in Camon to act "Lord Jedue".

Dismissive wave of hand is a nobleman's gesture.

Term: Great Houses

Camon is arrogant enough to have come from a Great House.

Theron considers knifing Camon after the scam.

Theron looks Vin over lingeringly.

Vin is wearing a simple white buttoned shirt and a pair of overalls.

Vin is scrawny with a youthful face, looks less than her sixteen years.

Vin considers using Luck on Theron to defend herself, but doesn't have to.

Obligator is coming to see "Lord Jedue".

"Lord Jedue" shouldn't be able to afford minor noblemen as servants

Noble manservants are allowed to wear colorful vests, stand with confidence.

Large numbers of skaa servants instead of nobles is a sign of poverty.

Reen left debts on Camon when he vanished.

Some thief masters would have sold Vin to the whoremasters instead of keeping her and her brother's debts.

Skaa whores are executed when the lord tires of them.

Camon says that Reen betrayed him.

Speculation: Camon appears to like hurting Vin, or people in general?

There is a tall indoor plant by the side of the suite's main room.

"Lord Jedue" has eight skaa servants in the room, plus Vin.

Person: Prelan Laird

All obligators are shaved bald.

Laird wears a dark gray set of robes.

Ministry tattoos identify ranks.

Term: prelan

A prelan is a senior bureaucrat in the Steel Ministry.

Organization: Canton of Finance

Laird is a prelan of the Canton of Finance.

Laird has a set of lesser obligators with him, tattoos are far less intricate.

"Lord Jedue" stands to show respect to the prelan, something even Great House noblemen would do for Laird's rank.

Laird gives no acknowledgment to "Lord Jedue".

There is seating before the desk.

Skaa servant presents chilled wine and fruit to the obligator.

Laird treats the servant like a piece of furniture.

Prelan Laird is addressed as "your grace".

Normally, the lord would go to the Canton building to meet with the prelan.

Impoverished lords see physicians for medical advice.

Scamming in the Ministry stronghold is a bad idea.

"Lord Jedue" is trying to make transportation contracts.

The Canton of Finance has a Council that votes on contract proposals.

Laird raises a tattooed eyebrow.

Term: Farwan deal -- is Farwan another House?

Canal boats are guarded by the owner's soldiers.

A House needs income to survive.

Term: acolyte

The Canton of Finance's acolytes come down to Luthadel from the north.

Transport and escort price: fifty boxings a head per trip. Half the former price. Not profitable.

Theron's plan has been running for five years to reach this point.

The Steel Ministry is the force of bureaucracy and legal authority in the Final Empire.

The Steel Ministry is like a noble house; or perhaps a set.

A noble house gains power through wealth and good mercantile contracts.

There are political struggles between Ministry Cantons, like between noble houses.

Laird considers the offer, but still hesitates to accept "Lord Jedue's" logic.

Vin has been using her Luck for years; she was ten years old when she realized other people couldn't.

Vin's use of Luck is instinctive and trained to subtlety.

Vin's Luck pressed against emotions, lowering suspicion, fear, worry. Allowed target to become docile, calm and controlled.

Still showed uncertainty, so Vin pushed harder, and harder still, using all her Luck.

Laird agrees to take the new proposal to the Council.

And here is the sorted version again.

+++ People

Person: Vin

Vin likes solitude.

Vin considers Reen's betrayal a lesson-by-example.

Vin is hiding from Camon.

Watch-hole is cramped, but Vin thinks it is comforting.

Vin thinks scamming is better than working in the forges or textile mills.

Vin is wearing a hooded cloak.

Vin views Camon with hatred and rebellion, but doesn't let Camon see it.

Vin acts timid and cowed in Camon's presence.

Vin takes the hit silently, just another bruise.

Vin is wearing a simple white buttoned shirt and a pair of overalls.

Vin is scrawny with a youthful face, looks less than her sixteen years.

Vin considers using Luck on Theron to defend herself, but doesn't have to.

Vin has been using her Luck for years; she was ten years old when she realized other people couldn't.

Vin's use of Luck is instinctive and trained to subtlety.

Person: Reen

Reen taught Vin how to survive.

Reen betrayed Vin.

Reen left debts on Camon when he vanished.

Person: Ulef

Ulef shuffles audibly on approach.

Ulef is a gangly boy. Nice, and naive for a skaa thief.

Person: Camon

Camon is angry regularly.

Camon is attempting an intricate scam.

Camon has squat, fat fingers.

Camon backhands Vin, hitting her cheek and throwing her against the wall.

Camon has a pudgy face, flushes red when angry.

Camon is annoyed, possibly by recent news.

Camon's anger is a sign of nervousness before a job.

Camon waddles away.

Camon is a thief master

Camon is wearing a nobleman's suit.

Camon's disguise also includes several sparkling rings and a dueling cane.

Camon is among the best at playing a role, assuming he keeps his temper.

Camon is arrogant enough to have come from a Great House.

Camon says that Reen betrayed him.

Speculation: Camon appears to like hurting Vin, or people in general?

Person: Themos Tresting, provincial lord.

Person: "Lord Jedue"

"Lord Jedue" had come from the country to make some final, desperate contracts.

"Lord Jedue" shouldn't be able to afford minor noblemen as servants

"Lord Jedue" has eight skaa servants in the room, plus Vin.

"Lord Jedue" stands to show respect to the prelan, something even Great House noblemen would do for Laird's rank.

"Lord Jedue" is trying to make transportation contracts.

Term: Farwan deal -- is Farwan another House?

Person: Theron

Theron is tall, dressed in simple gray shirt and pair of slacks, with a thin sword tied at his waist.

Theron is the crew leader who came up with the scheme, brought in Camon to act "Lord Jedue".

Theron considers knifing Camon after the scam.

Theron looks Vin over lingeringly.

Theron's plan has been running for five years to reach this point.

Person: Prelan Laird

Laird wears a dark gray set of robes.

Laird is a prelan of the Canton of Finance.

Laird has a set of lesser obligators with him, tattoos are far less intricate.

"Lord Jedue" stands to show respect to the prelan, something even Great House noblemen would do for Laird's rank.

Laird gives no acknowledgment to "Lord Jedue".

Laird treats the servant like a piece of furniture.

Laird raises a tattooed eyebrow.

Laird considers the offer, but still hesitates to accept "Lord Jedue's" logic.

Laird agrees to take the new proposal to the Council.

+++ Places

Place: Luthadel

Street is paved with cobblestones.

Street has gutters.

Alley opens to a tenement-lined street in one of the many skaa slums.

Richer section of town is only a few blocks away from the slums.

+++ Organizations

Organization: Canton of Finance

Laird is a prelan of the Canton of Finance.

The Canton of Finance has a Council that votes on contract proposals.

The Canton of Finance's acolytes come down to Luthadel from the north.

+++ Culture

Term: watch-hole -- hidden alcove in the side of the safehouse

Watch-hole is cramped, but large enough for Vin to brush past Ulef.

Watch-hole overlooks the street.

Watch-hole is a small space, accessed via trap door at back.

Trap door leads to a run-down pantry.

The safehouse is concealed in the back of a store.

There are many rooms behind the store.

The lair is a tunneled stone cavern beneath the building.

They left by the back door.

Back door opens to an alleyway.

Alley opens to a tenement-lined street in one of the many skaa slums.

Richer section of town is only a few blocks away.

Rented one of the suites at the top of a local hotel. Not too lavish.

Main room laid out as an audience chamber, large desk for noble to sit behind, cheap wall art.

There is a tall indoor plant by the side of the suite's main room.

There is seating before the desk.

Vin is wearing a hooded cloak.

Vin is wearing a simple white buttoned shirt and a pair of overalls.

Nobleman's Suit: white shirt, deep green vest with engraved gold buttons, long black coat, matching black hat.

Long suit coats are the current fashion.

Camon's disguise also includes several sparkling rings and a dueling cane.

Menservants in formal steward's clothing.

Noble manservants are allowed to wear colorful vests, stand with confidence.

Servant presents chilled wine and fruit to the obligator.

Skaa rebellion to the several days to the north, provincial lord murdered, manor burned down.

Skaa who are too sick to work lie in corners and in gutters.

Some thief masters would have sold Vin to the whoremasters instead of keeping her and her brother's debts.

Skaa whores are executed when the lord tires of them.

Scamming noblemen and obligators is very dangerous.

The aristocracy is harder to scam when concerned by rebellions.

Scamming in the Ministry stronghold is a bad idea.

Canal boats are guarded by the owner's soldiers.

Dismissive wave of hand is a nobleman's gesture.

"Lord Jedue" shouldn't be able to afford minor noblemen as servants

Large numbers of skaa servants instead of nobles is a sign of poverty.

Impoverished lords see physicians for medical advice.

A House needs income to survive.

A noble house gains power through wealth and good mercantile contracts.

Obligator is coming to see "Lord Jedue".

Normally, the lord would go to the Canton building to meet with the prelan.

There are political struggles between Ministry Cantons, like between noble houses.

All obligators are shaved bald.

Laird wears a dark gray set of robes.

Ministry tattoos identify ranks.

The Steel Ministry is the force of bureaucracy and legal authority in the Final Empire.

The Steel Ministry is like a noble house; or perhaps a set.

+++ Terms

Term: watch-hole -- hidden alcove in the side of the safehouse

Watch-hole overlooks the street.

Watch-hole is a small space, accessed via trap door at back.

Watch-hole is cramped, but large enough for Vin to brush past Ulef.

Term: boxing

Camon's job is worth thousands of boxings. A hundred times more than Vin is worth.

A scrawny skaa girl is worth tens of boxings in the underground.

Transport and escort price: fifty boxings a head per trip. Half the former price. Not profitable.

Term: Great Houses

Term: prelan

A prelan is a senior bureaucrat in the Steel Ministry.

"Lord Jedue" stands to show respect to the prelan, something even Great House noblemen would do for Laird's rank.

Prelan Laird is addressed as "your grace".

Term: acolyte

The Canton of Finance's acolytes come down to Luthadel from the north.

+++ Powers

Power: Vin's Luck

A smidgen of Luck to calm Camon's nervousness. Changes his mind about hitting Vin again.

Vin's Luck pressed against emotions, lowering suspicion, fear, worry. Allowed target to become docile, calm and controlled.

Still showed uncertainty, so Vin pushed harder, and harder still, using all her Luck.

I think there should be a named character index page, mostly to give me a place to put information about people like Ulef. But would the index be a massive one for all of Brandon's Cosmere stories, or would there be one for each world, or each series, or each book?

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We typically default to making almost all named things into their own article, so Ulef right now has his own article. I'm not sure a big index would be as advisable, but I don't know.

At the moment, if you want to find all of these minor characters, you can use http://coppermind.net/wiki/Category:Scadrian to get every Mistborn character.

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